August 30, 2016

Tarte Color Vibes Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette Available Now

Tarte Color Vibes Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette

The Tarte Color Vibes Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette is available now, for a limited time at
Tarte packs up 20 shades of full-size Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow in this palette!

You get:

  • Pixel (pink champagne)
  • Love Hue (warm rose)
  • Different Strokes (mauve)
  • On the Monet (aubergine)
  • Style (blackened plum)
  • Base Coat (pink ivory)
  • Medium (brown)
  • A Beautiful Degas (rose gold)
  • Benus (bronze)
  • Mosaic (copper)
  • Glaze (golden pink)
  • For Realism (cool mulberry)
  • Color Vibes (plum bronze)
  • Seascape (shimmering dark turquoise)
  • Inked (navy)
  • Exhibit (mauve pink)
  • Pop Art Princess (rose quartz)
  • Modern Icon (metallic plum)
  • Getty Up & Go (mulberry)
  • Illusion (dark plum)

Tarte Color Vibes Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette swatches

It looks like Tarte is kind of previewing their Holiday 2016 Collection a little early with this palette release and the Big Blush Book 2.


Anyone going to pick up the Tarte Color Vibes Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette?

I think I might! I’m debating at the moment!

The Tarte Color Vibes Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette is available now at if you want it!

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • WendyE

    I adore the packaging!!!!!!! I just signed up for text alerts for you on Twitter, now, I’ll never miss another post! yay! <3

  • Christian

    They call it the color vibe palette but where’s the color??? It looks like multiple shades of pinks and Browns and neutral colors! Where are the blues, greens, yellows, oranges??? It’s so bland for a color vibe palette

    • Britt

      I agree. Some of the shades made me go “Oooh!” but most of them were pretty basic.

  • Sandy

    This is made in China. Is it not as good as the eyeshadow made in the US?

    • Agona

      I’m always wary of tarte’s holiday palettes…a lot of them are lower quality than what is released during the year.

  • Caroline

    I like the look of the palette, but I’m not sure I understand the one random greenish-gray shade in there amidst a sea of brown and taupe. What am I missing??

  • Robin

    Aside from base coat, those all look like they have some satin or shimmer to them….is that right? Are there any mattes?

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m not sure, they don’t say whether they are matte or shimmer and I haven’t seen it in person yet!

  • Britt

    I really love the packaging and 2 or 3 of the colors are really gorgeous but I wouldn’t want to buy the whole palette for just a few shades. I feel like most of these shades are basic neutrals I already have. :\

  • Maria

    I like the packaging. It looks a lot like the previous holiday palettes that QVC had in the past as today special for the holidays. I have these sets. Also too many Browns and neutrals and one blue green shade. It is made in China. I noticed with Tarte that the eye palettes made in China is lower quality than those made in USA. I will save -$46 plus tax.

    • Annie

      I was totally loving this palette and thinking about buying it. But now that I know it is made in China, I will not buy this. I think for a Chinese Product it is overpriced. And the quality is not as great as the American made Tarte Products. I will save my money as well. Thanks to all those for pointing out where this product was produced. It has helped me decide whether to purchase this Palette, or not. I try not to buy makeup products made in China.

      • Isabella Muse

        How do we know it is made in China? I didn’t see that on the website. Curious minds?

        • Maria

          Hi Muse. If you look
          On Tarte website it states made in China under the ingredients.

          • Isabella Muse

            thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I didn’t see it!

    • Agona

      Oddly enough, I think tarte’s best palette recently was the Rainforest of the Sea…which was made in Portugal, if I remember correctly. I wonder why they outsource so much?

  • Maria

    You are welcome. Are you still interested in this palette? I am passing since I have similar shades from other Tarte palettes

    • Isabella Muse

      I am! Made in China actually doesn’t prevent me from purchasing anything as I’ve run into plenty of products that were made in China and good 😀 I’m not sure on this color range though, that’s the only thing holding me up!

  • Cheryl

    So, Ms. Muse, I need some assistance here. I think the shades in this pallete are really pretty, but not terribly different from some palettes that I already have. I have all three of the It Cosmetics Naturally Pretty matte palettes, and all four of the Coastal Scents Revealed palettes (Boxycharm subscription). There are a lot of finishes and shades between those seven, and I doubt there is anything unique in the new Tarte palette. That said, I don’t own any Tarte eyeshadow and I am curious about the formula. Is it as nice as their blush formula? I just received the big blush book 2 in the mail today and was very impressed when I swatched it. I am wondering if there is that much of a difference in formula between the Tarte eyeshadows and what I already have to justify purchasing this item simply to try a new brand. I trust your judgment, Isabella. What are your thoughts? Buy? Pass? Or sit tight and wait for the rest of the holiday releases? I don’t own any Too Faced eye products either, and am also tempted to try some, As I really enjoy the face products that I own from both Tarte and Too Faced (and It).

    For context, I am in my 40s and fairly conservative, but I do enjoy the pampering and “me time” that goes into pre-work make up application. Weekends, well those are ponytail days. Thank you!!!

    • Isabella Muse

      I haven’t tried this yet Cheryl so I’m not sure 🙁 It just launched yesterday so, I haven’t even seen it in person. Can’t really recommend something I haven’t even touched 🙂 But if I do try it I’ll like you know! Typically I love Tarte Eyeshadows but it is hit or miss sometimes with the formula. Once I try this I’ll let you know!

          • Cheryl

            You gave me the courtesy of a very nice reply. That deserves thanks!

          • Isabella Muse

            aw 🙂 it was nothing! xox! You should check my archives for past tarte holiday reviews until I actually get this palette to review 😀

  • Cheryl

    Will do. I was not aware that there was such inconsistency in the quality of Tarte’s powder products, so I’m glad I asked.

    • Isabella Muse

      there is! Tarte used to be a beloved favorite of mine for eyeshadows, but now it’s a little hit or miss! It really depends! Sometimes the Holiday Set is awesome, sometimes not so much!

  • Cheryl

    I will scrape together what little patience I have and wait for some reviews. Thanks a bunch!